Thursday, 26 February 2009

Japanese describe MMGW as a load of "ah so's"

Arigato:

Japanese scientists have made a dramatic break with the UN and Western-backed hypothesis of climate change in a new report from its Energy Commission.

Three of the five researchers disagree with the UN's IPCC view that recent warming is primarily the consequence of man-made industrial emissions of greenhouse gases. Remarkably, the subtle and nuanced language typical in such reports has been set aside.

One of the five contributors compares computer climate modelling to ancient astrology. Others castigate the paucity of the US ground temperature data set used to support the hypothesis, and declare that the unambiguous warming trend from the mid-part of the 20th Century has ceased.

The report by Japan Society of Energy and Resources (JSER) is astonishing rebuke to international pressure, and a vote of confidence in Japan's native marine and astronomical research. Publicly-funded science in the West uniformly backs the hypothesis that industrial influence is primarily responsible for climate change, although fissures have appeared recently. Only one of the five top Japanese scientists commissioned here concurs with the man-made global warming hypothesis.


Compliant women, Asahi, Kobe beef and now this! Japan: what's not to like?

16 comments:

an ex-apprentice said...

Fugu?

Bristol Dave said...

Uh, Unko scat porn?
Bukake?

Roger Thornhill said...

National Interest. Japan has it in spades.


This is why One World Government, the UN, Gordon's Regulator, the Vatican, Islam and the EU are so dangerous to the advancement of Mankind. Totalitarian thinking influenced by vested interests.

Ross said...

"Fugu?"

No need to be rude, go and fugu too.

Rob Farrington said...

Dave, I'd heard of scat porn, but not of the word "Unko". Or "Bukake", whatever that means.

I bet you're one of those people who has a dirty knickers vending machine in your front room, aren't you?

Ooooh, you dirty young man!

The Penguin said...

Murdering Whales?

The Penguin

Barnsley Bill said...

Scat is more a german pursuit.
Whales are food penguin. You don't murder food.

Anonymous said...

Scat is more a German pursuit.

Maybe so, but one of the most repellent things I have ever seen (courtesy of a very morbid friend) was a Japanese Scat Bukkake film. Yes, exactly what it sounds like - dozens of faceless salarymen dropping great steaming Gordons on the face (and in the mouth) of some poor woman in a wedding dress. It was supposedly an attempt on the world (Germany / Japan / Brazil / British Labour party?) Scat Bukkake record.

Barnsley Bill said...

Farking tease.... Where is the link?

Mark Wadsworth said...

Plus Japan, like the UK is a relatively cold country, so if things warmed up a bit, it's very much to their and our benefit.

I do terribly miss sitting in the garden in the evenings which was my pastime from about 1998 to 2005 or so. Does nobody else remember how your lawn used to die in summer from 2001 to 2005? When was the last time anybody saw a dried out lawn?

Oldrightie said...

When was the last time anybody saw a dried out lawn?

Harriet Harman or Caroline Flint spring to mind?

Bristol Dave said...

I do terribly miss sitting in the garden in the evenings which was my pastime from about 1998 to 2005 or so. Does nobody else remember how your lawn used to die in summer from 2001 to 2005? When was the last time anybody saw a dried out lawn?

Precisely why they've renamed Global Warming as the conveniently all-encompassing get-out "Climate Change".

Jack Maturin said...

Great article on Mises.org about how eco-mentalists caused the bush fires in Australia, by stopping people from removing dried-out scrub to 'preserve' the 'pristine' natural state of the bush:

=> The Victorian Bushfires: How Environmentalism Leads to Disaster

The story also covers how England has had one of its coldest winters in years:

=> Record cold weather payouts triggered as temperature hits -11C

Dennis said...

"Japan: what's not to like?"

Changi?

wv: sucksin -- WTF is going on over there at Google?

Roger Thornhill said...

Denis: Changi is in Singapore. Still a prison.

Ayrdale said...

Safe to say the Japanese are looking sideways at the IPCC ?
They're not an oppressed minority are they ?